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as you saw it close up in the 19 9 playoff that you ended up winning. the same putt. nick: different hole location, yes. downhill left to right. there you are. this one, nothing more than ight edge. the way he likes to hit them, jim, he wouldn't give the hole away. just inside right. jim: scott will just watch it if the scoring room, and this drops they'll be back to 18 for the playoff. nward. nick: my goodness. maybe this is going to be argentina's year. we have the new pope and now angel cabrera heading into another masters playoff. jim: i have to wonder emotionally how hard it's going to be for adam scott. because that walk up the hill -- nick: yeah, there was a lot of celebration. jim: does this not remind you a little bit of 1988, the last time we had a father-son combination on the bag? jack nicklaus/jack nicklaus jr. in this case, though, it's off to sign the card and threaten head back to the tee at 18. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and
, and this drops they'll be back to 18 for the playoff. nward. nick: my goodness. maybe this is going to be argentina's year. we have the new pope and now angel cabrera heading into another masters playoff. jim: i have to wonder emotionally how hard it's going to be for adam scott. because that walk up the hill -- nick: yeah, there was a lot of celebration. jim: does this not remind you a little bit of 1988, the last time we had a father-son combination on the bag? jack nicklaus/jack nicklaus jr. in this case, though, it's off to sign the card and threaten head back to the tee at 18. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any transcription or for any errors in transcription.] [captioning made possible by cbs sports division] jim: adam scott, in the top five for the fifth time in the
% of your immune system lives. try trubiotics today. >>> 8-year-old nick santillo has been in and out of hospitals his entire life. >> he was born with half a heart and it's been a tough, long road for him and his family. let's take a look at his story. >> just days old, nick santillo underwent his first open-heart surgery. >> he was given a month to live without the surgeries. we prayed and prayed and prayed and hoped for the best. >> nick was born with a rare heart defect called hypoplastic left heart syndrome, which means he lives with only half of the chambers in his heart. >> we had three heart surgeries, one at six days old, one at five months old, one at a year. >> it was trying, very trying, to watch your son experience that stuff. >> at just 8 years old, nick's been through a total of eight surgeries, most recently a life-threatening scare last november. >> i was coughing up blood and i had to take a needle and then they had to put it in my arm. >> to figure out that he had an abnormal cluster of veins and two burst and full-blown blood was just filling up the lung. honestly,
. as we said, a lot happening there, as well. nick paton walsh and nick robertson are both in the dagestan region. both join me now. nick, fbi agents talking to the tsarnaev parents over the past two days. do we know any details about what the fbi asked them, nick robertson, or what the parents said? >> reporter: we know the mother has said through her lawyer that the americans were, quote, kind and polite. we don't know the substance of the conversation. it's been taking place in the fsb, the internal security headquarters here in the city. a place so -- under wraps, if you will, you're not allowed to film it. we haven't heard detail of what's going on inside, only that report coming from the state news agency. that, the family, both parents will -- it's 4:00 a.m. in the morning here now, will in a matter of hours be leaving to go to the united states to help with the investigation, anderson. >> and nick paton walsh, tamerlan posted videos of this militant, on his youtube channel. do we know of any connection between the two, any meetings, anything? >> reporter: we don't know if the two m
todd. in rhode island, erin pike. nick robertson with new in fact on the suspect's parents. here's what we know. obviously you get a sense of how loud and busy it is here in times square. sit an incredibly busy place. hundreds of thousands come here today. here's what we know about the alleged plot to bomb times square. the younger son, dzhokhar, told investigators he and his brother tamerlan were driving to new york the night they ended up in but even if it was a last-minute decision, new york city mayor michael bloomberg and police commissioner ray kelly said the attack could have been horrific. >> the two brothers had at their disposal six improvised explosive devices. one was a pressure cooker bomb similar to the two that exploded at the marathon. the other two were pipe bombs. >> mary snow is here with me tonight. when you see all the people here, you realize this is the center of this city, if not beyond. what do you know about the details of the plan? >> there aren't many details, and the way the police commissioner and mayor described this, they were briefed by the fbi wednesday
mattingly and brian todd. in rhode island, erin pike. nick robertson with new in fact on the suspect's parents. here's what we know. obviously you get a sense of how loud and busy it is here in times square. sit an incredibly busy place. hundreds of thousands come here today. here's what we know about the alleged plot to bomb times square. the younger son, dzhokhar, told investigators he and his brother the other two were pipe bombs. >> mary snow is here with me tonight. when you see all the people here, you realize this is the center of this city, if not beyond. what do you know about the details of the plan? >> there aren't many details, and the way the police commissioner and mayor described this, they were briefed by the fbi wednesday night. they said this was talk of targeting times square. and the police commissioner said that the way he described this plan was that it was spontaneous. but he was told that the brothers had talked about this after they had, you know, carjacked a car that mercedes suv, and that is when this discussion came up. let's take a listen to what he had t
but the padres tie it in the seventh. rbi single. 7-7. bottom 12ment padres, man third, nick hundley, rocket to second. and scutaro boots it. giants lose, 8-7. >> oakland honoring the 1973 world championship team with reggie jackson throwing out the first pitch. markakis delivers a bomb off griffin. ties the game. next batter, with former ace sal bando looking on. griffin had seven strikeouts in seven. in the ninth.rrie, game en play. and session sped deshopefully deshopefully--deb cespedes hopefully returns tomorrow. >> sharks in their final game in l.a. a win they start in st. louis, and a loss, vancouver. these two rivals don't like each other. second period, shot popped up in the air, knocked in his own rebound. 1-0 l.a. sharks fans, couture, through two defenders for the team-leading 21st goal of the year. tied at one. the kings regain the lead. james shepard, 2-1 l.a. watch the passing. williams, count it. 3-2 the final. sharks start the playoffs in vancouver. the kings head to st. louis. >> sharks know they're starting on the road. they beat the nhl leading chicago blackhawks. blues g
's going to be a lot of supply. >> nick, a lot of investors tonight are scratching their heads saying, what happened? all these past couple of weeks and months, there have been new records on wall street and all the stock averages and they've been told the economy is doing great, so what's changed? you know, what's changed is that we got a little complacent. i think everybody looks at the market and says we weren't really fulling gauging what might happen if the economy slows down or doesn't speed up. i think today was just the wreck reckoning for a lot of those concerns. >> we've been in a period where people are expecting a correction from whatever highs we've been hitting here lately. do you think this is the beginning of that correction right now? >> i think we're certainly seeing a bit of a correction. i don't know how much more it has tooz, however, because fundamentally, we have very low interest rates and u.s. corporations are still posting record high levels of earnings against the backdrop of a weak global economy. if we get a big downdraft from whatever happens out of boston or s
they once lived in russia. nick paton walsh traveled to dagestan and caught up with the suspect's father. he managed to dig up some new information about their past. >> reporter: it's hard to link boston's terror with a street so ordinary where the alleged bomber's father now lives in. the spotlight to the point he even drives past his own home and let neighbors echo his disbelief of what happened. >> translator: i didn't think his kids could have done that. it's not true. >> translator: this means he's a terrorist. that's what it's like now. i don't believe any of this. >> reporter: he did stop outside his home briefly, though. >> we don't really have a chance to properly hear what you have to say about the terrible circumstances you're in. >> my kids never did anything -- that's it. >> sir, your sons didn't do this? >> never, ever. >> are you going to america? >> yes, i will go. >> when will you leave? you will forgive me, sir. i know it's a difficult time for you. i'm just trying to do my job here. i understand. when was the last time you spoke to them? >> sunday morning. that's it. >> ha
in the twelth inning padres catcher nick hundley hit a soft grounder off of the glove of marco scutaro to win the game. barry zito pitched well until the fourth inning when an andres tores error opened the flood gates for a six run inning. ryan vogelsong takes the mound tomorrow when the giants finish up their series with the padres. the orioles connected on back to back home runs in the fourth inning to power their way past the a's seven-to-three. a's starter a.j. griffin pitched seven innings -- giving up four runs while striking out seven and walking two. josh donaldson matched his career high with four hits and two r-b-i's. this loss is the fourth straight loss for the a's and the eighth loss in the last nine games. the a's finish up their four-game series with the orioles tomorrow behind starter bartolo colon. the n-f-l draft came to a close today. and the 49ers added seven new players to their roster. wide reciever quinton patton. running back marcus lattimore. defensive end quinton dial. outside linebacker nick moody. quarterback b.j. daniels. offensive tackle carter bykowski. and corn
done by artists nick depilipo, would you stand for a second? this has quite a bit of significant, for the community. many of you will know that frank brought the bell from his ranch to the original exporatorium and ever since that day, the youth that run the place, trust me they really one the place, ring that bell to among the end of the day. this place is obviously too big for one bell and so we needed another one. and nick in his vision, nick who served actually as the head of foundry for a kindred institution across the bay, the crucible came up with this amazing vision of this hand crafted bell that each speaker as they get up here today will put another ring on at the very end, we have a very special guest, who will do the final ringing and we will open up for the day. so for my ring, i want to honor our institutional history and memory and for all of those who have come before us. thank you, dennis very much. >> our next speaker needs no introduction, he is a advocate for redevelopment and believes in buildinging the peaceful communications and a great communitier and coll
're going to check in with our correspondent nick robertson. we want to bring in drew graf fin. we're learning in the last hour or two, after our 8:00 broadcast, more about a person here who may have influenced the older brother. >> you know, the wars in iraq and afghanistan have been going on for a decade. when you see somebody who's self radicalized, there's usually another turning point. somebody who influences them. now we're learning from tamerlan's uncle, who says there was a such person, a person here in cambridge, 2009. and the uncle said that this person was really getting into tamerlan's head and telling them all about radical islam. he was worried about he actually called a family friend to see what it's about. here's what the uncle told us. >> i called one of the gentlemen living in that area. i said listen, do you know what is going on with that family? with my brother's family? i heard that talking from milan. where that might be coming from? and he says oh, yeah, there is a such a thing. there is a person, some of new convert to islam from armenien decent. armeniens,
and they are act account on it. >> thank you, james. nick who would tell. nick, how are you doy preparing. >> we had a busy start to the week i am afraid. but it is getting a bit better. >> what are you doing anything special post boston? >> yes, i mean obviously we saw the terrible pictures coming out of boston, we had an immediate security review with our police force and we have announced we are upping the police and searching teams around the marathon. >> london is well used to deal these types of threats and it is a very, very safe city, doesn't mean to say it is it immune. we have a police force that practiced in the response and that will be visible in order to give people the sense of security they deserve. >> londoners just like those here in the united states, the bad guy is a bad guy is a bad guy. do you treat all the same. the tips and warnings are they treated all of the same? >> we lived with the threat of the terrorism, whether it is from the ira or more recently from the extremist, from is a practice cest procedures in place. you have to look at tips and if you have unattended pa
. investigators are also exploring the russian connection of tamerlan tsarnaev. nick peyton walsh has spoken with the mother of the bombing suspect. nick joins us now. good morning, nick. >> speaking from zubeidat tsarnaev this morning, in 2011, saying that his turn toward radical i had worried them. they wanted to start monitoring them. she said she won't be going to the u.s. just yet, the father will be going tomorrow or at some point during the week. she also shed some light on how her family had turned into devout muslims. armenian descent who converted to islam, it had a profound affect on all of the family. >> everybody is talking about misha. when misha visited us, he just opened our eyes, you know really wide about islam. he was really devoted and very good, very nice man. >> she describes actually how her elder son said to mother, you should probably cover our hair at some point. the clear extreme points of view of the islamic faith that he began to hold. but also investigators say are nowing looking at any other links there may be between tamerlan tsarnaev and his time here six mon
. nick smith is live at the court house with the latest for us. nick? >> good evening, christian made his first court appearance today, being tried as an adult and we have to let you know that if he is convicted he faces possibility of life without parole. also he was identified by a police officer who looked at surveillance video. >> we rely upon opd to help us, we're able to help them. >> earlier this week that, help led oakland police to the 16th they accuse for the death of quinn boyer. >> officers able to address >> theityey see them. ad ola unified ict.huusedoom and look arouheeas district. da after boyer was shot d horace mann elementary school. one officer helped identify the teens accused of driving it having that type of a quality that aids him in being able to give cred assistance in instances such as this he gave us exclusive access to the room where cameras are monitor that had police use to identify suspects. christian and five other teens have been charged with multiple felonies. the youngest of the accused arrested just yesterday is only 13 years old. the crime is a felo
. >> oh, yes. nick smith is live. it's final preparations are underway, nick? >> good afternoon, you know warriors over the nuggets. as far as the warriors continuing to call oakland home that, is another matter. warrior pride being proudly displayed on the ac transit buses moving around oakland. part due to fans growing enthusiasm after warriors beat nuggets. the rest of the excitement ventures on this man, stephan curry. this is a second time they have been in the playoffs in six years. >> the team will show appreciation to fans like this. but what they don't list is the possible new address when hook shot takes thom a brand new water front arena in san francisco. but oakland has hardly given up on keeping them at oracle arena. >> sure. i think they believe because maybe they believe they can get more out of there but oakland is still the best spot. we've been supporting teams through the down time as well. >> coming up at 6:00 extra measures put into place in wake of the boston bombings. nick smith abc 7 news. >> nick, thank you. >> you can show your warriors pride posting this go warr
-6 giants but the padres tie it in the seventh. rbi single. 7-7. bottom 12ment padres, man on third, nick hundley, rocket to second. and scutaro boots it. giants lose, 8-7. >> oakland honoring the 1973 world championship team with reggie jackson throwing out the first pitch. markakis delivers a bomb off griffin. ties the game. next batter, with former ace sal bando looking on. griffin had seven strikeouts in seven. in the ninth. lorrie, game ending double play. and session sped deshopefully deshopefully--deb cespedes hopefully returns tomorrow. >> sharks in their final game in l.a. a win they start in st. louis, and a loss, vancouver. these two rivals don't like each other. second period, shot popped up in the air, knocked in his own rebound. 1-0 l.a. sharks fans, couture, through two defenders for the team-leading 21st goal of the year. tied at one. the kings regain the lead. james shepard, 2-1 l.a. watch the passing. williams, count it. 3-2 the final. sharks start the playoffs in vancouver. the kings head to st. louis. >> sharks know they're starting on the road. they beat the nhl leadi
. investigators are asking how could she have not known about the bombs? and we'll go overseas where nick robertson has the latest on the meeting today between u.s. officials and the bomber's parents. and joe johns is in washington with new information about what russian officials told the fbi and the cia. some damming details about whether our intelligence agencies may have dropped the ball. i want to begin with deb in boston. deb, what do we know about this visit from the parents? >> reporter: yeah, this is news that we just got. came across a couple moments ago. we're being told that russian newspaper is reporting that the two parents are going to be leaving their homes and coming to the united states. now it's unclear exactly whether we're hearing it may be as early as tomorrow. this is according to the russian news agency. and, erin, right now no u.s. agency has confirmed that they will be traveling here. but it's also, you know, the big question, will they be interviewed by the fbi? will they be allowed to see their son? right now the russian newspaper is saying that they agreed to
bomber tamerlan tsarnaev, and cnn's nick paton walsh is live in moscow with the details on again what could be a really key development here, nick. >> john, let's reel back a little bit and explain to you why the pictures you're seeing of the very early morning raid yesterday in a village in dagestan, and the fact they k l killed shakhrudin askhabov relates to this whole bombing. shakhrudin askhabov we've seen him hanging out with the people in the same group run by abu dujan. abu dujan is a key militant killed in december by russian special forces. he's linked to the bombing case because a video of that man was linked to by tamerlan tsarnaev on his youtube page. the link is certainly there. we don't know if these people ever met. we do know tamerlan tsarnaev was interested in abu dujan and do we know russian forces hunted down and killed one of the members of abu dujan's group. this man they killed today was the brother of the successor of the leadership of that particular organization. we don't know if it's purely coincidental. perhaps. but it's clear that russian special forces ar
the suspect went to school and nick paton-walsh. before we get to susan, we want to show you incredible video from the night dzhokhar tsarnaev was captured. these are thermal images. you can see dzhokhar is the dark images there. those are amazing pictures. then you'll see what appears to be a dark blast. >> that is what one of the flash bangs used to startle the suspect, that's just moments before the teenager was actually taken into custody and into the hospital after suffering massive blood loss after a shootout with police. susan candiotti is going to join us live now. what do you know about his condition, susan? >> good morning, zoraida, because of those injuries to his throat investigators are unable to speak with him at the present time because he can't talk. but they'd like to because they have so many questions to find out. they figure he has a lot of secrets to tell them. even if suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev wanted to cooperate with the fbi, he couldn't. sources tell cnn because of injuries to his throat, the 19-year-old suspected terrorist bomber cannot talk yet. he's intu baited and
to the california shores every year. so nick watt went for a peek. >> reporter: if you drive down the coast of central california the right time of year you're in for a big surprise. you might spot ugly prehistoric looking beasts sunning themselves and having sex. this beach draws frisky elephant seals like daytona beach in spring. in november the dudes start arriving and fighting and the ones that win are the alpha bulls. they have harems of 15 to 20 females. the beaten sneaker bulls loiter on the fringes hoping to see mating action when the alpha is distracted. and the humans gawk. >> what sort of reactions do you get from people who come here and see these monsters? >> very good question. we get everything from -- they are the ugliest thing i have seen to i really want to take one home. >> reporter: mother seals give birth on the sand and follows 28 days of suckling on 55% fat milk. they grow from the size of a seventh grader to a linebacker in less than a month and they are abandoned to fend for themselves. >> i they instinctively go to the ocean to hunt. >> reporter: and they return to
. it's pretty awful. >> nick kas ner, parson and jessica. >> good afternoon, directors. i am director ruskin. my name is nick kes or, a father of 2 who bikes on the sidewalks of san francisco. i want to talk to you briefly will what is important to me and that is about making the streets safe for kids. i work with the department of public health and mr. mta and one of the things we have in contradictory to the city is we have a crisis of lack of follow through. we have great vision and great plans as you referred to earlier, but unfortunately unlike new york, it takes a lot of time to
as a computer engineer but discovered a love for photography while at the trib. nick lambers, director of photography for the bay area news group, and describes fluker as a coworker, friend and family. >> he always had a spring in his step. and would greet you with a, hey, baby, what's going on. a really nice guy. always laughing. always up tempo. and you know, it is just so sad it see a life like this taken away so senselessly. >> and nick also shared some of lionel's photos with us. whether he was shooting celebrities, sports or breaking news. he leaves behind a family. there are no leads in this case yet. >> thank you. >>> our investigative unit broke a story last night pap secret perk handed out to selective employees. free time off. the county's shrinking budget forced the department to make cuts, select employees lost 5% bonus. but our investigation found the d.a.'s office is altering time sheets to get around it. extra time off and you are paying for it. what we have uncovered sparked an internal investigation by the county. >> it was unfair and unprecedented, but their 5% diffe
, however, it was overshadowed by a huge gun show in daly city. nick smith was at the event. >> five children a day are killed in this country due to gun violence. >> california congresswoman jackie speier held a gun buy-back in south san francisco. gun owners were urged to surrender their guns for cash. >> it gets a lot of guns off the street and out of houses without being used eventually maybe fall in the wrong hands. >> congresswoman's efforts don't stop there. she wants a ban on assault weapons and complete background checks. >> we're arguing whether or not it's sensible law that we should have on the books. universal background checks. >> as a member of the house committee on oversight and government reform, she introduced the gun transparency and accountability act. it would remove the requirement background checks be destroyed in 24 hours and make them available to other agencies. >> a record number of gun enthusiasts came here out of fear that potential gun regulations could soon make guns and ammo difficult to obtain. >> we are under the microscope. bad guys go outside and
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being shot in oakland april 7th. now, nick smith is live where there is a major break in this case. >> the chief is about to talk into a press conference now. my colleague, allen wong is upstairs and sending me information via text messaging but i can tell you that we can confirm an arrest has been fid maid in this case. take a look at some of the video from the scene on april 2, two weeks ago today. this 34-year-old shot after leaving his parents home two weeks ago. the paramedic was driving in this 5200 block of keller avenue when struck. officials say that boyer lost control of the blue honda before he went down the ravine. police started investigating as a homicide. you'll remember a week ago we learned a car they believed to be connected with this crime had been recovered by police department investigators. we know police will confirm an arrest has been made in the investigation into the homicide of boyer we're only minute as way from the chief holding a press kons fren our sources tell us the individual is possibly a male, 16 years of age this, information i'm still waiting t
is only 13 years old. nick smith is live tonight. nick oldest among them is just 16. it's stunning. >> and sad. 16-year-old made his first court appearance. the judge read off a list of the charges. he told them he was being charged as an adult. he asked the 16-year-old do you understand you're being charged as an adult? take a look at this video. one of 16 boys have been connected to the death of quinn boyer, april 2 he was shot after leaving his parents' home in the oakland hills. the 34-year-old driving on keller avenue when hit. police and the district attorney say it was a random attack. investigators believe he jumped a median and took out this tree. burton and five others have chad with multiple felonies. youngest arrested yesterday is only 13 years old. abc 7 news will not identify the other five teens because they're not being charged as adults. there are special circumstances because of the use of a firearm, the crime is enhanced meaning he can face a sentence of live if convicted. coming up at 6:00 what tools investigator use to help identify their suspects. >> thank you
this morning an exclusive interview with the father of these two men, cnn's nick payton walsh caught up with anzor tsarnaev. tell us about the reaction of the father of the two suspects? >> he has been driving occasionally past his house behind me, two occasions, he stopped, a woman got out of his car, first questioned the answer is obscured on microphone i asked him if he thought his sons were involved in boston, his response was never, ever. let's hear what else he had to say. so during that conversation, he made it clear to me that he will be going to the united states very soon. he also said that he had a meeting with russian special services. he made it absolutely clear he was in pain, defiantly disbelief in his son's role in anything to do with the boston attacks and clearly was very frustrated, very angry at the attention he was facing. let's hear exactly what it was he had to say. i'm with cnn, i'm so sorry, sir, we just wanted to hear your story and that was all. this is a very difficult time for you. we want to give you the chance to tell people how you feel about this. we jus
, white shoes, facial hair like rollie fixers, nick naims like blue moon odom, and cash fish hunter, and the original bad boy, reggie jackson. >> put my hat on. wear my a's hat. i wear my a's hat when i play guam worked for the yankees and love the yankees but the a's argentina part of me that goes back forever. >> mike: a's led 2-0 in the fourth but with man on fourth. markakis delivers the bomb and ties the game. next batter, the former a, sal bando, looking on. griffin had seven strikeouts. a.j. got no offensive help. bases loaded in the ninth. jed lowery, the game ending play. >> informant informant draft day, and marcus lattimore was an elite runningback at south carolina but thought his career was over after a right knee injury last season. now he is a 49er. selected interest the fourth around, 131st overall in 29 games he set a school record with 38 rushing touchdowns, ran for over 2600-yard and was the ncaa freshman of the year in 2010. he is working out, should be ready for training camp. >> final day of the draft for the niners, picked up quinton patton, quinton dial, and
nick [inaudible] director for the parks department. the item before you is an important step towards creating the new soma west skatepark and dog parks. as you know we have four skate parks in our system. they're popular. if you had the opportunity to visit the new baboa skate park or at waler street and attest for yourself just how incredibly popular the sport has become and how important it is for us to fill that need so we're exciting to bringing forward this item and another skate park and fills the ever growing need to accommodate dog users in the city. the new or the proposed skate park and dog park would be built underneath the central free way at mission street and stevenson streets. this project came out of a very long community process really ging after the 89 earthquake. there was a significant dialogue whether the central freeway should remain or torn down. eventually it was decided to market street there would be elevator freeway and beyond octavia and the citizen's community identified projects to be completed to mitigate the impact the freeway run through their
are being respected. >> nick, i know what you and the rest of america is thinking, wouldn't it be cool if i could type my e-mails out with an electric guitar? now you can. our friend, zach, our science guy is here to tell us awl about it. zach, get in here. zach, was up, dude? tell us about this. this is the e-mail guitar so you can shred and still be productive at work at the same time. basically, the gist of what he's doing is he's hooked up these processors and connecters so that essentially he can play guitar. it picks up what nobody is playing and that's transmitted to the computer as a ski stroke. >> he assigned a note to each position. >> so you have to be a skilled guitarist to write an e-mail? >> not really.hinks that it's connected to a regular keyboard. it will work just luke any other keyboard. >> it would be cool if you played your favorite song and discovers what kind of sound it produced. >> what's this all about? >> this is another way to make your office more efficient. we have to basically disconnection the stapler each half, insert strong magnets into each side. you're no
by the name of nick williams is getting a bunch of you know what over his custom license plate that raetds f cancer. nick is 32 with brain cancer, this license plate on his car is one of his inspiration. >> f stands for fight, some people look at it as a different word but i'm fighting brain cancer. i've had it for about two and a half years now. >> after riding around if w the f cancer car for two years, people are thinking the other f so he got a letter from the tax commissioner who want him to change it. i think we'll all back him on this one. >> a dog that was neglected for years is finding a new purpose in life. zero helps to motivate his new own herb as the boy undergoes cancer treatment. zero was taken from a home where he and 40 other animals were abused. he was covered in flees and ticks -- fleas and ticks and his teeth were poor because he had only rocks to eat. >> why are we so cruel to our animals. 0 has become a perfect companion to a boy who lost his leg to cancer. he even goes to the hospital with him. >> all right, children in this city don't get a lot of opportunities t
and chief nick gill dlrks espie. thank you so much for coming here. [cheers and applause] how did this happen? how did we run up the white flag in the war on drugs? nancy reagan loses, cheech and chong win. how did we get here? >> i think what happened is we grew up as a country. enough of us have been around where you can take your worst friend, do you want to deal with him when he is high or drunk? being high isn't so bad -- compared -- i'm saying he not you. but that's part of it. pot has been illegal since the 1930's. >> stephen: because of reefer madness. have you seen the movie? it's a gateway drug. it leads to murder and interracial dating. >> that's right and bad pot smoking. part of it is that people have seen after 70 years every aspect of prohibition makes things worse. if drug prohibition worked, the markets around drugs wouldn't be violent. they are more violent than ever. if you have a substance abuse problem you are saying to people you are a criminal and addict. it's hard enough for addicts to get help now. you will all the war on pot does which is the only illegal
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